Their article explores the recent case of R (on the application of Holmcroft Properties Ltd) v KPMG LLP  EWCA Civ 2093 where the Court of Appeal upheld the Divisional Court’s decision that KPMG was not amenable to judicial review when acting as an independent reviewer, whose appointment by a bank was approved by the Financial Services Authority.
The article concludes that the case is a useful reminder of the fact that questions of amenability to judicial review turn on function not form and emphaises the need to consider the wider regulatory and factual contexts.
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